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120 professionals involved in the XII National Nursing Forum Nutrition and Diet (16/10/2009)

The Minister of Health, María Ángeles Palacios, today inaugurated the XII National Nursing Forum Nutrition and Dietetics, which meets in Cartagena to 120 nurses from around the country.

Parker acknowledged the efforts made by all nurses to form a continuing basis and identify new developments that occur in food and health, and encouraged them to continue on this path, because, he said, "as personal responsible for the care of patients should be aware of the contributions that can work to prevent and improve the situation of the sick. "

Health professionals are increasingly aware of the importance of nutrition in preventing certain diseases, especially in the last decade when the increase of knowledge with innovation and technological development have enabled a closer look at some of the relationship between food, nutrition and health.

The owner had an impact on health through healthy eating habits can prevent many illnesses and recalls that "diseases such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, bone and joint disorders and some cancers are directly related with the food we eat. "

Parker gave an overview of the main actions that his department carries out to promote healthy lifestyles.

He highlighted that the Plan of Health Education in School, which has been running four years, "and reaches 40 percent of schools in the region."

He also reminded the minister that as a result of actions under Health Plan 2003-2007 "nutritional deviations were corrected in the menus and got 94 percent of the meals served in school canteens in the region adjust their nutritional composition Recommended profiles and similar to the Mediterranean diet. "

The conference of the National Nursing Forum Nutrition and Dietetics, organized by the University Hospital Santa María del Rosell and the Association of Graduates in Nursing Nutrition and Dietetics (Adenyd) focus on the importance of 'return to nature' in eating habits of people.

In different presentations and panel discussions, a group of doctors and nurses are experts in various fields such as pediatrics, endocrinology, nutrition and psychology, as well as technical experts in organic farming and environmental health, will offer attendees a full and comprehensive vision of this matter and to describe experiences that are held about it in different places over the country.

Source: CARM

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